Apple debuted a slew of new devices at a function.
Apple debuted the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at a function today, loaded with more powerful specifications compared to their predecessors, as well as the much speculated 3D Touch feature.
The new phones, it said, were equipped with a new A9 SoC, 64-bit processor and a new architecture.
The screen size of the iPhone 6s would be 4.7 inch while that of iPhone 6s would be 5.5 inch.
The company also introduced the iPad Pro, a larger tablet device aimed at the enterprise market on Wednesday as it struggles with slumping sales of standard iPads.
Apple said the new iPad Pro’s screens will measure 12.9 inches diagonally and allows for a full size software keyboard.
The company has been trying to push the iPad into the corporate market and analysts say a gadget with a bigger screen may appeal to some professionals seeking to swap out their laptops for tablets.
The company also unveiled a revamped Apple TV with App Store, Siri Search and a touch remote.
– With inputs from Reuters.